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The Modern Sioux: social systems and reservation culture. Edited by Ethel Nurge.

; Conference to Explore a Theoretical Framework for the Study of the Modern Dakotas (1965 : Chicago)
Lincoln, University of Nebraska Press [1970] .
ISBN , 0803207158

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Other Authors Nurge, Ethel.
Conference to Explore a Theoretical Framework for the Study of the Modern Dakotas (1965 : Chicago)
Subjects Dakota (Indiens)
Dakota Indians.
Sioux (volk)
Description xv, 352 pages illustrations, maps 24 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes 10 papers which were originally prepared for the Conference to Explore a Theoretical Framework for the Study of the Modern Dakotas, held in Chicago, 1965.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 291-297).
Contents I. Social systems and reservation culture -- Rosebud Reservation economy / Ruth Hill Useem and Carl K. Eicher -- Dakota diet : traditional and contemporary / Ethel Nurge -- Changing society : the Teton Dakotas / Gordon Macgregor -- Culture change and continuity in the Lower Brule community / Ernest L. Schusky -- Representative government : application to the Sioux / William O. Farber -- Political and religious systems in Dakota culture / Ernest L. Schusky -- The Dakotas in Saskatchewan / Alice B. Kehoe -- II. Individuals in the social system -- The lower-class "culture of excitement," among the contemporary Sioux / Robert A. White -- Cultural identities among the Oglala Sioux / Robert E. Daniels -- Familial and extra-familial socialization in urban Dakota adolescents / L.S. Kemnitzer -- Contemporary Oglala music and dance : pan-Indianism versus pan-Tetonism / William K. Powers -- Appendix I. Compilation of maps and population figures -- Appendix II. Unpublished source materials -- Appendix III. A partial bibliography of archival manuscript material relating to the Dakota Indians.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)104182
(OCoLC)ocm00104182
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